Bath Soaks | Natural Skin Care & ExcerciseTips
Summer's here and I aint been on the court yet. So, Ill hustle to the mall to get me a short set. But, before you get that short set (or romper) ask yourself this question, "Is my skin ready?" If yes, great! Keep up the good work. If no, keep reading to find the steps to get and keep your skin sexy & summer ready.
The first step in getting your skin summer ready is to find a moisturizing cleanser that will not strip away your skin's natural oils while ridding your skin of dirt and grime. You will need to rid your skin of the dirt and grime because you cannot effectively treat dirty skin. Your treatment will only get absorbed by that icky layer of dirt and none of it will actually reach your skin resulting in an #epicfail.
The second step is to gently exfoliate your skin using a gentle exfoliant such as Apres Sun Body Polish. It is made without any harsh abrasives because you want to gently exfoliate the top layer of your skin to rid it of any skin dulling dead skin cells. You almost MUST rid your body of its dead skin because when the sun sun hits your it immediately begins tanning your top skin layer. If the top skin layer is already dry and it will flake off and leave you with an uneven, blotchy tan. #eeew
The third step is to rub in a good natural oil such as Apres Sun Body Oil you dont want your new younger layer of skin to dry out and age prematurely. So, you must give it the nourishment that it needs because the thirst really is real, especially in the summer time.
The fourth step is to apply sunscreen. No matter what, never forego your sunscreen.
The last and most important step is to lay back and enjoy yourself.
If you follow these steps correctly you be able to turn yourself into a beautiful bronzed babe all summer.
Spring is here! But I’ll bet you didn’t take care of your skin last winter. You didn’t, did you? That’s okay, I’m not going to judge you (much). But, what I am going to do is give you a few tips on how to get your skin ready for those short, skin showing, skirts and dresses that I know you have been dying to wear, ever since the thermometer dipped below 60 degrees Fahrenheit, last year.
Soak In The Tub
It’s important to soak in the tub because soaking softens the layers of dead skin.
Now that you have softened all those layers of dead skin, it’s time to slough them off. The best way to do that is by using:
- A Pumice Stone
A pumice stone is used primarily for feet because it’s much too hardcore for the skin on the other parts of your body.
- A Loofah
Now, a loofah, on the other hand, is perfect for the skin on the other parts of your body. Just add a little soap to it and scrub away those dead, lackluster, skin cells.
Just take a handful of our sugar scrub, girl.
This is optional. But, if you want to have the ultimate in healthy, glowing skin, use a light oil as a moisturize. But, you wont need to if you use our body exfoliants.
Get out there and show off your softer, glowing skin. You deserve the attention you’re gonna get.
Check out our blog post entitled, "The Importance of Having A Skin Care Routine for more natural skin care tips
With everyone upping their "selfie game" with various color correcting, strobing, contouring and non-touring techniques, we are forgetting the first step in being beautiful. Having a smooth, healthy, canvas to put all of that paint on. For all of you beauty new comers out there, let me break it down for you.
In order for your make up to go on smooth and look it's sexy best, you must have smooth skin. You can pile on the primers, heavy coverage, media filters etc. But, you are actually exacerbating the problem. To optimize your beauty filter's performance, you must filter all of the toxins out of your skin. Be it whether the toxins manifest themselves in the form of acne, blackheads, whiteheads etc. You must find a skin care regimen that works for your skin type.
Most skin care regimens are made up of three main parts:
Now, when you go into the store to purchase these items, you will find that you have to choose from, not just the different brands, but also the different skin types. The main skin types are:
- Sensitive Skin - skin that can't tolerate a lot of different chemicals & breaks out easily.
- Normal Skin - skin that doesn't generally have many issues, not too oily nor too dry.
- Combination Skin - skin that is mostly oily around the nose, cheeks and/or forehead.
- Oily Skin - skin that is acne prone, has blackheads, whiteheads, sebum overproduction etc.
- Dry/Mature Skin - thirsty skin that can't get enough moisture.